About

David Lozzi (his friends call him Lozzi, pronounced low-zee) is a Solution Architect at Slalom Consulting, in the Boston market. He has been a consultant for 20 years, focusing on SharePoint since version 2003. His expertise spans development with C#, SQL, PHP, JavaScript, and modern frameworks to architecture and design in the cloud. He has spent the last many years working with customers in deploying collaborative solutions based on their unique business requirements. He loves to support the local community through user groups, speaking and blogging.

Lozzi is a lucky husband and proud father of 4 beautiful children. He is Christian, an avid do-it-yourself’er, all-around-technology geek, self proclaimed chef, and desires to be more of an outdoors-man.

He is also one of the co-founders of the Boston Office 365 User Group.

Feel free to reach out! On Twitter, LinkedIn or email david.lozzi at slalom.com.

Disclaimer:

If it’s not obvious, this is a personal blog. Everything I write here represents my own findings and opinions, and not those of my employer.

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  1. Hi David

    I just wanted to let you know that I have just included your site’s RSS feed on a new service called “O365.Technology”. O365.Technology will aggregate and categorise content from all of the best blogs covering Office 365, Azure, Exchange, OneDrive, Dynamics etc.

    Please let me know if you need any changes to the image or category I have used. You can find your listing by looking on this page : http://o365.technology/sources .

    Many thanks

    Isobel

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  2. Thank you so much for your great tutorials. I’m working on developing work flows using Office 365 for both my employer and my church. The good thing is that as I’m learning I can implement my findings on both. I’ve found some great material on your blog and I’m very thankful for it. Quick question, do you know if Microsoft is working on allowing multiple accounts to log onto Teams, similar to adding multiple accounts to Outlook? As I’ve mentioned I work on these products for both my employer and church and we have Teams which I love, but I have to sign out of one account in order to sign in to the other.

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    1. I’ve heard rumors but haven’t seen anything. If you invite your work account as a guest to your church tenant you can switch tenants easily. Switching accounts though isn’t as easy :(
      My church is still on Slack, doesn’t have O365 yet, goals for next year ;)

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